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Justin Bieber wants to go Glamping

2012-06-25 22:32
 
Justin Bieber
Los Angeles - Justin Bieber is interested in trying Glamping.

The 18-year-old millionaire admitted he is intrigued by the idea of glamorous camping as a means to explore his outdoorsy side.

He told this month's We Love Pop magazine: "I heard of this thing called Glamping.

"It's like glamorous camping. You heard of it? It's GLAM-ping."

The pop star went on to explain that he thinks the notion is "cool" because you can have similar luxuries as being at home.

Still learning

He continued: "You sleep on a bed. It's a mattress bed! In a huge tent with TV and everything. You have electricity and stuff but you're still in amongst the wildlife. It's pretty cool."

Despite being a world traveller, the Canadian teenager is still learning about many aspects of life.

He was recently mocked by a US chat show host when he failed to understand that David Letterman meant Michaelangelo's Sistine Chapel in The Vatican in Rome when referring to potential tattoos for the star.

He answered; "I'm not going for the 16th chapel look."

David joked about his misunderstanding: "Canadian high school!"

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